Website Information Usage
We use web stat services and analytics software to track the referral, location, browser, operating system and screen resolution of our visitors, but not private information about each individual (such as your name or email address). E-mail addresses are only ever provided by the user voluntarily through the commenting process or via e-mail communications. Note: E-mail addresses that are entered in the required “e-mail” field in the comments area, are not publicly displayed. We aggregate user-specific information on which pages consumers access or visit, and information volunteered by readers, such as survey information and/or Website registrations. The information we collect is used to improve the content of our Website in a technical fashion only and not sold to any third party unless mentioned explicitly.
Our Website enables you to post information to be accessed by others through our comments. When you do so, other visitors may collect your data and attempt to contact you off the site. TheTechJournal.com cannot be held liable for any offsite communications that result from your posting of personal information on our site. If you do not wish to be contacted offsite by other TheTechJournal.com visitors, do not give your e-mail address or website address in the content when leaving a comment. Please note: Although you are required to provide your e-mail address in the specified field when entering a comment, your e-mail address will only be available to TheTechJournal.com website administrators and will not be publicly visible. We have used Disqus platform for managing our Comments. Please Refer to their Policy & Terms for more details here. When you are commenting you have to agree to both our and Disqus’s terms.
Use of Information Provided By User
We do not use the information provided by users, such as e-mail addresses and contents of e-mail, for any marketing purposes. Your personal information is not used by subsidiary organizations or businesses related to TheTechJournal.com, unless clearly disclosed for specific situations.
All e-mails, comments or other forms of communication received by TheTechJournal.com are the property of TheTechJournal.com and may be used for editorial or technical improvements to the Website at our discretion without any form of compensation being owed to the sender of said communications.
We have appropriate security measures in our physical facilities and the facilities of our service providers to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration of information that we have collected from you at our Website.
Information provided by Website visitors is held in confidence and used for editorial and technical improvements to the Website.
Supreme caution has been taken to make sure that there are no copyright infringements in terms of the multimedia content and the subject matter that is posted in this blog. If you find anything that could be considered a violation of the copyright norms, please contact us immediately.